BMH e-books are now available on a fourth platform, as Kobo has been added as an option for purchasing and instantly downloading books.
Inspired by a “Read Freely” philosophy and a passion for innovation, Kobo is one of the world’s fastest-growing eReading services. “Read Freely” stems from Kobo’s belief that consumers should have the freedom to read any book, anytime, anyplace – and on any device. As a result, Kobo has attracted millions of readers from more than 190 countries and features one of the world’s largest eReading catalogues with over 3 million e-book, newspaper, and magazine titles.
Founded in 2009, Kobo is owned by the Tokyo-based Rakuten, Japan’s largest eCommerce operator. Headquartered in Toronto, more than 300 employees are proud of Kobo’s top-ranked eReading applications for the iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows and our own line of eReaders, including the award winning Kobo Touch and Kobo Vox.
Among the BMH titles available in the e-book format include The Three Princes, by Tom Julien; Beyond Desolate, by Tammy Schultz and Hannah Estabrook; Loving Your Wife as Christ Loves the Church and Walking Like Jesus, both by Larry McCall; Chasing After Faith, by Mark E. Lingenfelter; Doing Right While Doing Good, by Ken Bickel and Kevin Vanderground; Worship in Song, by Scott Aniol; God of Hope, by J. Davis Illingworth; and Released, by Tom Roy.
In addition to Kobo, most are available in the Kindle format (Amazon.com); Nook (Barnes and Noble); and iBook (iTunes). Each platform has free readers available that allow the book to read on a variety of devices including iPad, iPhone, and Android, in addition to their own Kobo devices.